|Number of Pieces||1|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Release date||1 February 2011|
|Mfg Recommended age||18 months - 4 years|
|Item Model Number||E71161|
|Product Dimensions||25.4 x 15.24 x 41.91 cm; 380 Grams|
TOMY E71161 Pic N' Pop Toy, Multicoloured
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- INTERACTIVE TOYS: Keeps the toddler on the move and keeps them active
- FUN TOY FOR KIDS: Squeeze the button on the handlebars to pop the balls out
- EASY LOAD UP: Scoop them off the floor as you drive over them
- MULTICOLOURED BALLS: Comes with 5 coluorful balls
- SUITABLE FOR AGES: 18 months and above
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The Tomy Pic N' Pop Ball Blaster Walker Toy is a distinct walk-behind toy that gets your little one moving. One click of the button launches a colourful ball from the chute, your little one chases after the balls and simply rolls over them to magically pick it up and start the fun all over again. This simple to operate toy gets your toddler toddling and teaches your little one cause and effect. The Pic’N Pop Ball Blaster is ideal for use either indoors or outdoors.
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- Keeps toddler active
- Interactive,simple to operate toy
- Teaches your toddler cause and effect
- For ages 18 months and above
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The height of the toy is also fairly short so my 2.5 year old is bent over at what looks like an uncomfortable position to me. Unfortunately he lost interest in it fairly quickly but hopefully it is more fun for children just learning to get confident in walking.
It does appear very well built and sturdy though.
Look wise its attractive but i would rate it zero in terms of kids entertainment.
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A few months on and he is walking confidently on his own and can now use this. Unfortunately there are two main issues with it, firstly the handle is very low, he has bend down slightly to hold it correctly to push, this doesn’t seem like a big problem, but when he is still rather new to walking it puts him just enough off balance to make it more difficult than walking without it. The other issue is it is really quite difficult to pick up the balls by rolling over them. As you can see in the video I have attached it is possible, and even on a rug, but our son is not capable of doing it, you need to get the technique just right where you push down at the same time as going forward, which he is not going to be able to do for a while. Which means he prefers placing the balls into the opening for them to pop out of.
Other than those few issues, the toy is built well, especially for the price and balls are strong but light, meaning I am not concerned that they will break or break anything else. Of course finding the ‘right’ balls for this is often a difficult task and equally we often find that other non-compatible balls get stuck in the mechanism.
The ball launching works well and the balls go surprisingly far, our little boy will only press one of the triggers at a time which still does launch the ball but with less force, which he does enjoy when everything comes together. He does also find it hilarious when daddy launches balls as mummy.
So overall, he enjoys the toy but not for the reasons I brought it